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A gender octopus Canadian majoring in History and Classical and Medieval Studies.

Polyglots always have more fun

My writing blog can be found at hemingwaysteacup.tumblr.com

archiemcphee:

We’ve just learned about another talented artist who uses the humble disposable coffee cup as their canvas. Jimmy T. enhances his morning coffee cups with striking pop culture-inspired drawings and then leaves them behind for other people to discover. Brightening the days of random strangers with unexpected and thoroughly marvelous artwork is awesome.

You can follow Jimmy’s ongoing series of geektastically illustrated coffee cups right here on Tumblr at morningcoffeecupart or on the Morning Coffee Cup Art on Facebook page

[via Geeks are Sexy]

What do we say to the god of death?

  • Persephone: knock knock
  • Hades: who's there?
  • Persephone: it's September hope you're ready to bang like a screen door in a hurricane

ilikelookingatnakedmen:

denisiotruitt:

princelesscomic:

lostthehat:

shuraiya:

beatonna:

lecinematheque:

Pumzi - dir. Wanuri Kahiu // Kenya

In a dystopian future 35 years after an ecological WWIII  has torn the world apart, East African survivors of the devastation remain locked away in contained communities, but a young woman in possession of a germinating seed struggles against the governing council to bring the plant to Earth’s ruined surface.

The main character is a museum curator in the future and also yes I would like see this now please

THERE IS NOTHING ABOUT THIS I DON’T LIKE

The complete short film is on youtube and it’s really good and the end kind of took my breath away. 

I must see this

One if my favorite shorts…. So glad its back in rotation

Oooh, I didn’t realise you could watch the whole thing! I’ve only seen the trailer. 

(via old-woman-josie)

Earthlight

Earthlight is the partial illumination of the dark portion of the moon’s surface by light reflected from the Earth and from the Earth’s airglow. It is also known as Earthshine [or] Planetshine, the Moon’s ashen glow, or the old Moon in the new Moon’s arms.”

(Source: hudsonsbae, via garbagepal)

caitlynkurilich:

Cleromancer, Auspice, and Ceromancer, Graphite and Digital Media, 2013.

For all you October/Halloween crazed people, I have collected my drawings of witch-y fortune tellers into one post.

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xombiedirge:

Jurassic World by Mark Englert / Blog / Store

24” X 36” 7 color screen prints with a metallic ink layer. Regular editIon of 500 and variant edition of 100.

The regular will be given away at SDCC 2014. Those attending should text “JURASSIC” to 834567 for the latest on site release details.

The variant can be obtained online by following on twitter and instagram for the latest release info.

turntides:

"The Antarctic icefish live in water colder than freezing — 2 degrees below zero Centigrade. 
Ocean water doesn’t freeze at this temperature because it’s full of salt. The blood of the icefish is less salty than seawater; instead, it keeps itself from freezing by using ice proteins, sometimes called antifreeze proteins, that attach to ice crystals forming in the blood stream.
Once the ice crystals are coated with antifreeze protein, they can’t stick together, so they don’t grow. The icefish of the Antarctic have used this adaptation to become very successful — making up 95% of the fish biomass around Antarctica.
Photo: Uwe Kils”
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turntides:

"The Antarctic icefish live in water colder than freezing — 2 degrees below zero Centigrade.

Ocean water doesn’t freeze at this temperature because it’s full of salt. The blood of the icefish is less salty than seawater; instead, it keeps itself from freezing by using ice proteins, sometimes called antifreeze proteins, that attach to ice crystals forming in the blood stream.

Once the ice crystals are coated with antifreeze protein, they can’t stick together, so they don’t grow. The icefish of the Antarctic have used this adaptation to become very successful — making up 95% of the fish biomass around Antarctica.

Photo: Uwe Kils

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